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    On the Advanced Chipset Features;
    CPU Clock Ratio set to 9.5 for starters
    FSB Frequency set to 200MHz
    then I'd go to the Power BIOS Features
    CPU Voltage Regulator set to 1.75v
    DIMM Voltage Regulator set to 2.77v
    and with those ya should have no probs bootin' into and then just bump up the CPU Clock Ratio 0.5 at a time, if at anytime time ya go to far the BIOS will reset itself back to its default settin' (with older BIOS' ya may have to manually clear the CMOS though it's best to make sure that ya have the lastest BIOS flash installed) so just set everything back to the last workin' settin's. Once ya get to the best settings there then just go back to the FSB Frequency and raise it 1-2MHz at a time but at around 208-212MHz ya may have to start reducin' the Memory Timings (Advance Chipset Features page) to get further though that will depend on if ya want to push it that far. I run something like 3Dmark to test for stability between each adjustment.

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    Thx. I'd try what u said but....

    With the FSB Frequency, I can only jump from 166 to 200, then back to 100 . .I can't go up by 1 or 2 MHZ.

    So, If I'm going to just set it 200 FSB, What should I alter to get best performence? (CPU, voltage, Vid Card settings other then in stuff through windows, Ram ect)
    ~AlthonXP T-Bred 2,600 @ 2305mhz~
    ~Epox 8RDA+~
    ~Hercules Radeon 9800XT 256mb~
    ~512 Corsair P3200 @ 6,2,2,2.0~
    ~WD1200JB HDD~
    ~Antec 1080 Plus~

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    It might be an older BIOS flash that ya usin' but just the bump from 166 to 200 will give a performance edge though try settin' System Performance and CPU Interface to Expert and that just may change those FSB settings for ya. Also with mine I also have the Memory Timings set to Expert with the most aggressive timings that the BIOS allows but whether that will work for you I can't say this involves a bit of luck with just how good ya modules are and I use XMS3500 which gives me some headroom to play with there.

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    I've run through the BIOS and found these:

    System Performence - Optimal
    CPU Clock - Default (about 23 I think)
    FSB Frequency 166
    Memory Frequency - By SPD
    CPU Throttling - Disabled
    CPU Voltage Regulator - Default
    AGP Voltage Regulator - 1.5V
    DIMM Voltage Regulator - 2.63V

    So what can I Crank up, and what do I need to change to compensate for extra strain and heat created?
    ~AlthonXP T-Bred 2,600 @ 2305mhz~
    ~Epox 8RDA+~
    ~Hercules Radeon 9800XT 256mb~
    ~512 Corsair P3200 @ 6,2,2,2.0~
    ~WD1200JB HDD~
    ~Antec 1080 Plus~

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    As mentioned you must choose the expert mode in order to do some more fine tuning settings.. Check out if you got the expert option somewhere under advanced chipset features, maybe it's under "system performance". Which is sat to "optimal" by default..


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    Ok here are my benchmarks comments please.

    P4 System - 10800 - Trying to break 11k
    AMD (don't love my Radeon 9600 has arrived yet) 6000

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    Those extreme overclockers over at T-break have done it again, this time scoring 26,336 with an overclocked Athlon64, smashing the overclocked P4 record in the process. It's currently the highest in 3dmark2001 score on the planet and it was acheived on a Gigabyte motherboard. Wait until they get their hands on an ASUS or ABIT motherboard, it will go even higher. The system was cooled by two modded Prometia super coolers, for the CPU and GPU.

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    Sorry weta, but I think breaking a record by only a slim 100 points isn't quite "smashing" it.

    BTW the P4 is back on top at 26.4k. Funny how its struggling to beat the P4.....when that won't even be its competition. It is to compete with the Prescott.....if the P4 is putting out those kind of numbers, what is the Prescott going to do to A64? Can you say ouch.....

    FX5900 - 3DMark2001 [20,566] - 3DMark2003 [7,281] - Aquamark3 [56,694]
    Ti4400 - 3DMark2001 [16,028]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soulburner
    Sorry weta, but I think breaking a record by only a slim 100 points isn't quite "smashing" it.

    BTW the P4 is back on top at 26.4k. Funny how its struggling to beat the P4.....when that won't even be its competition. It is to compete with the Prescott.....if the P4 is putting out those kind of numbers, what is the Prescott going to do to A64? Can you say ouch.....
    Can you say Ouch to prescott when becnhamrks take full use of 64bit power?

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    what he said ;] an look at the difference in clock speeds not to mention the relative temps. gg intel, amd>u.

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